Scaling the benefit of push - Pull Technology for Sustainable Agriculture Intensification in East Africa

The project aims to reduce simultaneously crop losses; improve productivity, household nutrition, and income; enable increased production of livestock fodder; address soil fertility constraints and enable a minimum tillage system. The project is coordinated by Tanzania Agricultural Research Institute( TARI -Ukiriguru). The project is Funded by the Europian Union

About the project

Starting point

The first step to understanding the scope of the project was to learn what shaped the soil and environment in Mara and to find out how we could make improvements.

Support from local communities

Location, scale, and accessibility were absolutely crucial to this project. We wanted to make the biggest but most realistic impact on the landscape in Mara.

End result

Contextualizing the needs of Tanzania farming, their crops, and their educators helped us to construct a well-equipped, bright, and accessible place of agriculture.

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